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Interview: Jen Pollock Michel: God Is a Homemaker Who Does ‘Women’s Work’

And other thoughts on the biblical and theological significance of home. Home sweet home. Home is where the heart is. Human beings have crafted a multitude of expressions that testify to an innate desire for rootedness, comfort, and belonging. In Keeping Place: Reflections on the Meaning of Home, writer Jen Pollock Michel (also the author of Teach Us to Want, CT’s 2015 Book of the Year) explores this universal longing through biblical, theological, and practical lenses.
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